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Does mandolin music evoke images of American southerners in suits and shiny shoes wailing bluegrass tunes into a mike? It won’t after you meet…
If moving house makes you wince, imagine the headache that faced Unitech music store staff last week when they hauled 53 hefty speaker cabinets, four…
By Keitha Clark Special to the News Geologist Aaro Aho never found the silver jackpot he sought while exploring the Keno district as an independent…
When the North’s first aboriginal MP moves south this fall, he’ll carry a cache of vivid memories and the knowledge his people face many…
In an era when people of his generation are succumbing to digital dominance, John Kilmer, 56, has taken a stand.
CARMACKS Peter Menzies’ classroom at Tantalus School is, in many ways, a typical shop space. Paint is splattered on worktables and a sawhorse…
CARMACKS Hot Dogs may be a common sight at Yukon Campgrounds these days, but they are rare fare at the community kitchen in Carmacks.
If you drove through Whitehorse’s industrial area Thursday, the Skills Canada building would have seemed like any other vacant building in the…